is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative
Action University fully committed to achieving a
The Johns Hopkins University
Department of Computer Science
With the opening of our new building, Malone
Hall, the Department of Computer Science at The
Johns Hopkins University is planning to continue
a substantial multi-year growth that has already
added 11 new faculty members to the department
since 2010. Our faculty search this year is open to
both tenure track and teaching track positions at
all levels and from all areas of Computer Science.
For tenure track positions, applicants in systems,
networking, and related areas are strongly desired. We also encourage applicants with an interest in systems and network security, cloud and
mobile security, and health-related applications
security to apply. For teaching track positions, applicants with the ability to teach courses related
to software engineering at both undergraduate
and graduate levels are particularly encouraged.
All applicants must have a Ph. D. in Computer
Science or a related field. Tenure track faculty will
be expected to establish a strong, independent,
multidisciplinary, internationally recognized research program. Commitment to quality teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels is required. The department is committed to building
a diverse educational environment; women and
minorities are especially encouraged to apply.
A more extensive description of our search
and additional supporting information can be
found at http://www.cs.jhu.edu/Search2015. More
information on the department is available at
Applicants should apply using the online applications which can be accessed from http://
www.cs.jhu.edu/apply. Applications should be
received by December 15, 2014 for full consideration. Questions should be directed to fsearch@
cs.jhu.edu. The Johns Hopkins University is an
Johns Hopkins University
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Kansas State University
Department of Computing
and Information Sciences
The department of Computing and Information
Sciences (CIS) at Kansas State University invites
applications for multiple tenure-track positions
beginning in Fall 2015 at all levels (Assistant, As-
sociate, or Full Professor). Applicants should have
a background in cybersecurity or high-assurance
software. In addition, applicants whose research
interfaces with one or more of the following areas
are highly encouraged to apply: bio-security, cy-
ber-physical systems, mobile computing, cloud-
based systems, big data, or human-computer in-
terfaces. Successful applicants will demonstrate
commitment to both teaching and research. A
doctorate degree in computer science or related
disciplines is required; salary will be commensu-
rate with qualifications.
Kansas State University is committed to the
growth and excellence of the department of
Computing and Information Sciences. CIS department offers a stimulating environment for
research and teaching, and has several ongoing
collaborative projects involving researchers in
different areas of computer science as well as
physics, psychology, anthropology, and other
engineering and science departments. The department offers BS, MS, and Ph.D. degrees, has
a faculty of 19, and over 100 graduate and 400
undergraduate students. The department offers
modern research and teaching facilities, including Beocat, a Beowulf cluster with over 2500 cores.
The department has modern media-enabled
classrooms and several laboratories for cybersecurity, high-assurance systems, software analysis,
embedded systems, adaptive systems, computational engineering and science, and data-mining.
In Fall 2015, CIS will move to a new state-of-the-art facility in the College of Engineering complex
( http://www.engg.ksu.edu/phaseiv/). Kansas State
is also home to the Biosecurity Research Institute
and is the site of the new National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility. Details of the CIS Department
can be found at the URL http://www.cis.ksu.edu/.
Please send applications to Scott DeLoach,
Recruitment Chair, Department of Computing
and Information Sciences, 234 Nichols Hall, Kan-
sas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506 (email:
firstname.lastname@example.org). Applicants should sub-
mit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, research
and teaching statements, copies of representative
publications and contact information of at least
three references. Review of applications will com-
mence December 01, 2014 and continue until the
positions are filled.
Kansas State University actively seeks diversity among its employees. Kansas State University
is an EOE of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Background check required.
Teaching Faculty Position in Computer Science
Applications are invited for a full-time, non-tenure track, Teaching Faculty position (Professor of
Practice) in the Computer Science and Engineering Department ( http://www.cse.lehigh.edu) of Lehigh University, to start in January or August 2015.
The successful applicant should hold a graduate degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a closely related field. The candidate
must demonstrate a strong commitment to quality and innovation in undergraduate education.
Applicants should be comfortable teaching core
courses in computer science as well as elective
courses in their areas of interest.
The faculty of the Computer Science and Engineering department maintains an outstanding
international reputation in a variety of research
areas, and includes ACM and IEEE fellows as well
as six NSF CAREER award winners. The depart-
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
The State University of New York at Buffalo Department of Computer Science and Engineering invites
candidates to apply for multiple tenured and tenure-track faculty positions beginning in the 2015-
2016 academic year. We invite candidates from all areas of computer science and engineering, especially
software engineering and programming languages, cyber-security, and computer vision and pattern
recognition. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in computer science or a related area and demonstrate potential
for excellence in research, teaching, and mentoring.
Applications should be submitted by December 31, 2014, electronically via http://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/.
Please use posting number 1400598 to apply. The University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Computer Science and Engineering Department
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering has 34 tenured and tenure-track faculty and four
teaching faculty. We have hired fifteen faculty members in the last five years and continuing to expand
rapidly. Eight members of our faculty are NSF CAREER award recipients. Our faculty members are actively
involved in successful interdisciplinary programs and centers devoted to biometrics; bioinformatics;
biomedical computing; cognitive science; document analysis and recognition; high performance computing;
information assurance and cyber security; and computational and data science and engineering.
The State University of New York at Buffalo (UB)
UB 2020 ( http://www.buffalo.edu/UB2020) is a strategic development plan initiated by University President
Satish Tripathi for enhancing educational opportunities for our students, advancing research discoveries that
improve life for people throughout the world, and increasing our university’s economic impact on our region
and New York State. To achieve these ambitious goals, the University at Buffalo will hire over 250 faculty
during the next five years. UB 2020 is part of NYSUNY 2020 plan initiated by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Buffalo is the second largest city in New York state, and was rated the 10th best place to raise a family in
America by Forbes magazine in 2010 due to its short commutes and affordability. Located in scenic Western
New York, Buffalo is located near world-famous Niagara Falls, the Finger Lakes, and the Niagara Wine Trail.
The city is renowned for its architecture and features excellent museums, dining, cultural attractions, and
several professional sports teams.